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Coaching Openings for the 2022 Season


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As the season comes to an end soon, it is time to start posting openings.

This topic is for posting of CONFIRMED head coaching openings, as well as assistant coach openings. Discussions about specific opening CAN be a separate topic. I say CAN be with emphasis. One of the unique features of this site is that fans can interact with coaches from various programs across the State. We want that to continue. What makes coaches hesitate to participate? Rumors as much as anything; but trashing coaches is another factor. the creator of this site, TA as he is known to many of us set those standards, and we continue to abide by those standards. Feel free to speculate on a coach you would like to see. But completely avoid "I heard......". hearsay is unacceptable, no matter how close to the source it is. 

So, what does confirmed mean then? Any social media post by the coach himself (facebook, twitter, instagram, Myspace 🙂), news outlets, school or program social media pages, and the DOE site or other sites that post job openings to apply to. 

Please include a link as well that shows the position is open. 

 

Let's keep some things in mind; all coaches have other full time jobs. Coaching takes up a LOT of time; and in most cases, they pay is minimal. These are not college or pro coaches with enormous contracts that are open to public criticism. These coaches have families too; so please keep that in mind. Rumors can be very harmful; so don't spread them.....that includes guessing or speculating why a coach is no longer with a program. 

We have had coaches in the past that have explored opportunities outside the current one they are in. Often times, they wait to tell their building or even district administration until they are beyond initial interest in an opening. There have been a few occasions over the years where someone had posted a rumor about a coach interviewing. An administrator saw the post on here, or heard from someone who saw it. When confronted, the coaches were in tough spots. They were either asked to withdraw their name or resign their current position immediately. That is the reasoning behind TA saying no rumors allowed. 

If you are unsure if you should post; you are more than welcome to send a message and ask first. 

 

Thank you all for understanding,

The GID Team

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Back to the topic please.....like previous years, this topic will take on a LOT of pages; so conversations about an opening or other stuff should be taken up in different topics. I goofed in not adding the detail of including a link. Thanks for the reminder....deleting the other posts. Thanks for understanding. 

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Seeger High School is currently taking applications to become the next varsity football coach.  Seeger is a 2A program and competes in the Wabash River Conference.  A strong middle school program and youth program are currently in place.  Multiple teaching jobs are expected to be open.

 

Candidate Qualifications

• Previous varsity head coaching experience preferred, but not required. 

• Valid teaching license

• Experience in creating and overseeing game plans and scheme (head coaching experience or coordinator experience)

• Experience in leadership of student athletes both athletically and academically

 

Responsibilities

• Head Coach is responsibility for all high school football activities

• Design an off-season program for weights and summer workouts.

• Oversee and develop quality assistant coaches

• Develop positive interaction and support with the youth football program

• Attend coaching camps and clinics to promote professional growth

 

 

Interested individuals should send a letter of interest and a resume to Nate Davis.  ndavis@msdwarco.k12.in.us. 

 

 

Contact Information

Nate Davis

Athletic Director

Seeger High School

ndavis@msdwarco.k12.in.us

765-893-4445

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FOUNTAIN CENTRAL VARSITY FOOTBALL COACH

 

Posted -  November 17, 2021

Fountain Central Jr./Sr. High School

 

Position Summary:  Fountain Central Jr/Sr High School is looking for a head football coach.  Fountain Central is a 1A school in football and competes in Sectional 45, currently with Parke Heritage, Covington, South Putnam, North Vermillion, Riverton Parke, Cloverdale, and Attica, as well as the Wabash River Conference.  Teaching positions open are still pending at this time, but all applicants will be considered.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.  

 

The Mustang Football Program has a rich history with sectional championships in 1975, 1978, 1980, 1983, 1996, 1998, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2016, and 2017.  The Mustangs advanced to the state championship game in 1978, 1983, 2009, and 2010, including a state championship victory in 1983.  The Mustang football program boasts nine North/South Indiana All-Stars:  Robert Blankenship, Kent Hutson, Joe Haniford, Dave Burgner, Scott Robinson, Scott Moore, Michael Duane, Andrew Mitchell, & Scott Mitchell.  Former coaches Rick Malone, Dale Hummer, and Brad Smith have all been coaches for the North/South All-Star game as well.

 

Fountain Central has made several recent upgrades to the weight room facility and has an athletic trainer at every practice and event.  We also have excellent participation in our youth football program.  Several key players return from last year’s varsity squad as well.  

 

Expectations:

  • Oversee and lead football program from K-12

  • Be visible in the FC community and be supportive of all FC activities

  • Plan and execute weekly/daily practice plans

  • Use athletics website to promote team results

  • Evaluate and help select feeder program coaches

  • Abide by all IHSAA and Fountain Central rules and regulations

  • Teach and display good sportsmanship on the sideline

  • Record and report inventory of equipment for football

  • Communicate effectively with parents and players

  • Design and lead off-season/summer workouts

 

Qualifications:

  • CPR certification (preferred) 

  • Prior head-coaching experience (preferred)

  • Strong communication skills

  • Effective coaching techniques and skills

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with administrators, staff, opposing coaches, officials, parents, etc.

 

Application:  Please submit the following documents to Mr. Jason Good, Athletic Director.

  • Letter of interest, resume, and references

  • Copy of Indiana Teaching License (if applicable)

  • Completed application at at sefschools.org under Employment

 

Please email above information to goodj@sefschools.org or mail to address listed above.

Applicants can contact Jason Good, Athletic Director at 765-294-2206, ext. 2216 with questions.



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12 minutes ago, Football Guru 25 said:

DO they have a decent amount coming back??  JR High program record??  This might intrigue some area coaches....

Good thoughts.....Feel free to start a topic with those points. We really want to just stick to posting openings here. Thanks

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